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Lawyers' Costs and Fees: Fees and Fixed Costs in Family Proceedings

By: Keith Biggs
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Published: 27-07-2017
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 32
ISBN: 9781526503817
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Series: Lawyers' Costs and Fees
RRP: £40.00
 

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About Lawyers' Costs and Fees: Fees and Fixed Costs in Family Proceedings

Lawyers' Costs and Fees: Fees and Fixed Costs in Family Proceedings forms part of Bloomsbury Professional's Lawyers' Costs and Fees Series focusing on fees and fixed costs in family proceedings.

Costs is the only feature that arises in every type of family proceedings. No order can be sought or opposed without incurring an element of costs. This work provides the family law practitioner with concise but comprehensive information in a single, readily accessible source for each of the three different regimes in family courts.

The work is set out in three parts covering:

Fees in family proceedings
Costs
Fixed Costs

Table Of Contents

Part 1: Fees in Family Proceedings
1 Commencement of proceedings
2 Proceedings under the Children Act 1989 or, where specified, the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014
3 Adoption and wardship applications
4 Proceedings under the Children and Adoption Act 2006
5 Applications in existing proceedings
6 Appeal from a district judge
7 Searches
8 Copy documents
9 Determination of costs
10 Registration of maintenance orders
11 Financial Provision
12 Enforcement
13 Enforcement in the family court
14 Enforcement in the High Court
15 Service
16 Sale
Part 2 Costs
Family Procedure Rules 2010
FPR Part 28 Costs
Part 3 Fixed Costs

Reviews

“..very good, easy to use and also a useful resource, going further than what is currently provided by The Red Book. I can see the benefit for a copy in a solicitor's firm.” –  Review of the proposal, Author of A Practical Guide to Family Proceedings

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